Selected history files

This display is shown when selecting one or more history files from the HFZS Subsystem Managed History Files or HFZS Subsystem Excluded History Files display.

HFZS Subsystem Selected History Files                       Line 1 Col 1 80
Command ===> ____________________________________________ Scroll ===> CSR 

 Line commands: R (Reset), X (Exclude). Press Enter to refresh.

    History File Name                            Status 
 __ CTEST.DAIOSMVS.DCAT                          Managed
 __ CTEST.DAIPPMVS.DCAT                          Managed
 __ CTEST.DAI3AMVS.DCAT                          Managed
 __ CTEST.DAI3PMVS.DCAT                          Managed
 __ CTEST.DALEXASM.FAX1                          Excluded
 __ CTEST.DALEXCBE.FAX1                          Excluded
 __ CTEST.DALEXIFP.FAX1                          Excluded
 __ CTEST.DALEXILC.FAX1                          Excluded
 __ CTEST.DALEXPLI.FAX2                          Managed
 __ CTEST.DANLEASM.FAX2                          Managed
 __ CTEST.DANLECBL.FAX2                          Managed
 __ CTEST.DANLEPLI.FAX2                          Managed
 
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The current status of each history file is shown as one of the following:

Managed
The history file is currently managed by the HFZS subsystem.
Excluded
The history file is currently excluded by the HFZS subsystem.
n/a
The history file is currently neither managed nor excluded by the HFZS subsystem.

You can change the status of selected history files, for example to make the HFZS subsystem stop managing history files for the purpose of reallocation or other activity that requires exclusive access.

Sorting and filtering the list of history files

The list of history files can be sorted or reduced by placing the cursor on the History File Name heading and pressing Enter. This brings up the Column Attributes display, from which the sort order can be selected, or filtering criteria can be entered using * and % characters as wildcards:

Another method of filtering is to overtype characters in the list, including the above wildcards, and press Enter. For example, given the following list of history files:

HIST.DEPA.PROD
HIST.DEPA.TEST
HIST.DEPB.PROD
HIST.DEPB.TEST
HIST.DEPC.PROD
HIST.DEPC.TEST

In the history file HIST.DEPB.PROD, replace the last qualifier with an asterisk:

HIST.DEPA.PROD
HIST.DEPA.TEST
HIST.DEPB.*
HIST.DEPB.TEST
HIST.DEPC.PROD
HIST.DEPC.TEST

After pressing Enter, only the matching history file names are displayed:

HIST.DEPB.PROD
HIST.DEPB.TEST

To redisplay the complete list in the original sort order, enter RESET on the primary command line.

Press Enter to refresh the list of HFZS subsystem managed history files.

Press PF3 to return to the HFZS Subsystem Information display.

Line commands

Two line commands are available to change the status of selected history files:

R
Reset. If the current status is Managed or Excluded, entering the R line command will result in the status n/a, indicating that the history file is neither managed, nor excluded, by the HFZS subsystem.

If the current status is n/a, the R line command is ignored.

X
Exclude. If the current status is Managed or n/a, entering the X line command will result in the status Excluded, indicating that the history file is excluded by the HFZS subsystem.

If the current status is Excluded, the X line command is ignored.